El

EL, El or el may refer to:

  • El (deity), a Semitic word for God
  • El (Cyrillic), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet
  • Elom Adablah (born 1983), known as EL, Ghanaian rapper and sound engineer
  • El (letter), the letter L
  • El (album), a 1982 album by Lucero
  • El, family name of Kal-El (Superman) and his father Jor-El in Superman
  • Acura EL, an automobile
  • El (crater), a crater on Ganymede
  • El (Shugo Chara!), a character from the manga series Shugo Chara! by Peach-Pit
  • el (street art), street artist
  • El (film) or Él, a 1953 film by Luis Buñuel.

Other articles related to "el":

El Greco - Art - Technique and Style
... character of creation was a fundamental principle of El Greco's style ... El Greco discarded classicist criteria such as measure and proportion ... "I hold the imitation of color to be the greatest difficulty of art." — El Greco, from notes of the painter in one of his commentaries ...
2003 US Open – Men's Singles - Draw - Bottom Half - Section 7
3 5 ... N Massú 6 ... N Massú 29 ... G Gaudio 7 ... C Moyà 22 ... Y El Aynaoui 22 ... Y El Aynaoui 6 ... WC A Kim 22 ... Y El Aynaoui 78 ... R ...
Playoffs - Association Football - Netherlands
... last) qualification round of the UEFA Europa League (EL the new name of the UEFA Cup from 2009–10 onward) and the number four goes to the third qualification round of the EL ... for the second qualification round of the EL ...
El Greco - Life - Early Years and Family
... Candia (the Venetian name of Chandax, present day Heraklion) on Crete, El Greco was descended from a prosperous urban family, which had probably been driven out of Chania to Candia after an uprising against the ... El Greco's father, Geórgios Theotokópoulos (d ... El Greco's older brother, Manoússos Theotokópoulos (1531 – 13 December 1604), was a wealthy merchant and spent the last years of his life (1603–1604) in El Greco's Toledo home ...
El Greco - Art - Suggested Byzantine Affinities
... Since the beginning of the 20th century, scholars have debated whether El Greco's style had Byzantine origins ... Certain art historians had asserted that El Greco's roots were firmly in the Byzantine tradition, and that his most individual characteristics derive directly from the ... Based on the notes written in El Greco's own hand, on his unique style, and on the fact that El Greco signed his name in Greek characters, they see an organic continuity between Byzantine painting ...